Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 13:22:27 EDT 2005 | bobpan
i find it hard to believe that you cant get another shaft and replace it. I am sure they will always say not to do it...like every other company....but if you know the machine and if you know how to calibrate it.....I cant see a reason to not give it
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 12:33:11 EDT 2005 | cyber_wolf
I am not sure that the numbers I posted earlier were 100% correct. That is why I removed that part. If you are interested in exact pricing, call Mydata. I was just surprised that when you break a shaft, the entire head needs replaced.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 23:27:24 EDT 2005 | grantp
Hi, I think there are two models of HYDRA, and is it for both? We exchanged the MY9 we had for a MY12, and they said it had a newer model of HYDRA that was easer to align, and maintain, and I wonder if that was part of it, or if this is still an iss
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 14:07:36 EDT 2005 | bobpan
Could you not second source a shaft on an old junk machine from one of these companies that sell used equipment?? Probably a pain in the $@#$%^ though. Good luck...one way or the other it sounds to me like your going to get the shaft....haha... chow